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cranConseil Représentatif des Associations Noires (French: Representative Council of Black Associations)
cranConseil Représentatif des Associations Noires de France (French: Representative Council of Black Associations of France)
cranCellule de Réflexion et d'Action Nationale (French: Task Team and the National Action; Haiti)
cranComprehensive R Archive Network (R programming language)
cranCentre de Recherche en Automatique de Nancy
cranCrown Andersen Inc.
crancentre de recherche et d'aide pour narcomanes
cranClinical Regional Advisory Network
cranChristian Rural Aid Network
cranCanadian Romance Authors' Network
cranCustom Residential Architects' Network
cranCouncil of Religious AIDS Networks
cranCaloric Restriction with Adequate Nutrition
cranCommuter/Regional Airline News
cranCentre de Recherche d'Archéologie Nationale
cranComputing Research Advocacy Network
cranConverged Regional Area Network
cranCitizens' Rights Advocacy Network
cranConsumer Resource Alliance Network
cranCommand Receive Antenna
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The CRAN statement said, "In the antiquated world of Miss France, blacks apparently can only come from overseas departments.
Cran's attempt to gain a reading audience by sensationalizing the book's title is regrettable and falls into the category of negatively slanted literature about Doukhobors long ago penned by Hazel O'Neail in 1962 (Doukhobor Daze), and Simma Holt in 1964 (Terror in the Name of God: The Story of the Sons of Freedom).
These and other questions about American English motivated Robert MacNeil--past co-host of PBS's The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour--and William Cran to canvass the country in search of the answers.
"Canadian consumers are sympathetic to the plight of our American friends in their effort to obtain lower-cost prescription drugs," says Cran. "However, Canadian consumers have an important question for our health ministers.
From coast to coast, MacNeil and his co-author, William Cran, scoped out different voices (literally and figuratively) to learn how words differ according to time and place.
"The baseline frame weighs 226 kg.," says Cran, "and the new frame weighs just 174.4 kg., for a savings of 51.6 kg." Bending and torsional stiffness are 31% greater than the baseline, with a natural frequency of 25.0 Hz in torsion and 27.8 Hz in vertical bending.
Opposition whip James Cran was one of three Tory MPs named by the Commission for Racial Equality as declining to back its pact to keep race out of the election battle, which was signed by all three major party leaders earlier this year.
Thompson, Konstantin Thoeren, William Cran, Stephanie Tepper, producer, Tony Garnett; director, David Drury; writer, Troy Kennedy Martin; based on research by Cran, Peter Huchthausen, Tom Mangold; camera, Alec Curtis; editor, Ian Farr; production design, Jon Bunker; costumes, Anne Hoffman; sound, Derek Norman; music, David Ferguson, casting, Mary Colquhoun (U.S.) Sarah Bird (U.K.).